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The Carnegie Effect: Elevating Practical Training Over Liberal Education in Curricular Reform, 17 Journal of the Legal Writing Institute 233 (2011)Mark Yates at Golden Gate University
"Learning" Research and Legal Education: A Brief Overview and Selected Bibliographical Survey, 40 Southwestern Law Review 449 (2011), by Donald J. Kochan
Leading Change in Legal Education - Educating Lawyers and Best Practices: Good News for Diversity, 18 Seattle University Law Review 775 (2008), by Antoinette Sedillo-Lopez
The Purposes and Methods of American Legal Education, Cleveland-Marshall Legal Studies Paper No. 11-205 (2011) by David Barnhizer
Reframing Legal Education's "Wicked Problems" , 61 Rutgers Law Review 867 (2009) by Judith Welch Wegner.
What's Wrong with Langdell's Method, and What to Do About it. 60 Vand. L. Rev. 609 (2007), by Edward Rubin